My yoga journey began while I was living in China, over five years ago. Fitness has always been a big part of my life, and my intention as I stepped onto my mat for the first time was to mix up my routine and find a different way to challenge my physical body. I had no idea how powerful the practice would become for me. Yes, I saw benefits as I built strength and flexibility. That, however, was not solely what kept me coming back. My yoga community was a cultural melting pot. We spoke different languages, but on our mats we were moving and breathing together, without judgement or bias. It was beautiful. I was hooked.
In July, 2015 I completed my 200 hour yoga teacher training at Inner Fire Yoga (RYS) in Madison, Wisconsin. I consider myself to be a lifelong yoga student, and I continue to be humbled and amazed by the diverse group of yogis I am fortunate to practice with regularly.
In line with my adventurous spirit, my yoga classes are explorative and vinyasa flow based. Students of all levels can expect a powerful flow, some sweat, a lot of fun, and always a smile.
Off the mat, I am a pharmacist, food enthusiast (not cooking, just eating!), and am entirely consumed by wanderlust.